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Steed: "Almost like a funhouse with all these mirrors, isn't it?"
Steed: "You know your shoe is untied... oh--that's MY shoe..."
"I DO wish you wouldn't hit me over the head like that."

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Steed fights in the dark
Cathy exposes a millionaire's precious light

Production completed: 11 October 1963
UK Premiere (London, Season 3): 16 November 1964
US Premiere (A&E cable): ca. 14 March 1991

Could Be Anything (click to see category list)An unusual eye graft procedure requires Steed's participation to transport live corneas from Switzerland to London. But Cathy and an eye surgeon question the procedure, and their investigation costs the latter his life. The intended recipient of the grafts, blind since the war, is unable to see that, not only is his fiancée locking lips with his partner in crime, but that the jewels Steed is transporting are intercepted.


Sorry, the plot is as confusing to me as it appears to be to the characters. Worthwhile, however, for Peter Bowles' fine performance and the sharp dialog between Steed and the blind Halvarssen.



Written by
Designed by
Directed by

Martin Woodhouse
Terry Green
Peter Hammond

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John Steed
Cathy Gale
Marten Halvarssen
Eve Hawn
Neil Anstice
Dr. Spender
Dr. Vilner

Patrick Macnee The 007 Connection
Honor Blackman The 007 Connection
John Carson*
Judy Bruce
Peter Bowles*
Ronald Adam
Steven Scott*
Terry Brewer


Peter Bowles

Dial a Deadly Number
Escape in Time

John Carson

The Midas Touch
A Chorus of Frogs
Dial a Deadly Number

Steven Scott


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